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No idea sorry but autos are not my fortey ,we just do not many here in europe but if it was working fine one day then stopped changing then check the big fuses under the bonnet in the power distribution box ,its a 91 so its quite old and may not have a computer controlled auto box but in saying that i have worked on a 92 renault and this had a computer controlled system
follow the next steps and fix it. Use the VOM. God bless you
1. No power to outlet (overload or fault in microwave or other appliance).
2. Blown main fuse - likely due to other problems.
3. Open thermal protector or thermal fuse.
4. Defective controller or its power supply.
5. Clock needs to be set before other functions will operate (some models).
Check your breaker first and then the wiring. Check power coming from the timer next. With a load and resistance that you had, you could have tripped one of the breakers.Since you have bypassed the thermal fuse, it probably is the timer switch.
1. Turn on your wipers and pop your hood.
2. If you hear you wiper motor, then you do not need to check your fuses.
3. If your wiper arms are moving freely, then your linkage from the wiper arms to the motor is disconnected and possibly broken.
4. If the problem is electrical, do the following:
1. Check the fuse, and check for power at the fuse.
2. Check the wiper motor for ground. For a complete circuit, you need power going in and ground coming out. Check electrical connections for corrosion or poor connections.
3. Get a wiring schematic and trace power to the wiper motor starting at the fuse box in the following order:
4. In the rarest of cases a wiper motor or wiper switch is at fault. I do not recommend replacing anything unless you have proof that the part is faulty. (ie. power going into the switch but nothing coming out.)